Collegeboard has released a full length official PSAT 8/9 practice test 1. This test was originally administered as 2016 PSAT 8/9 test.

**Official PSAT 8/9 Practice Test 1** (same as 2016 PSAT 8/9 Test)

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Collegeboard has released a full length official PSAT 8/9 practice test 1. This test was originally administered as 2016 PSAT 8/9 test.

**Official PSAT 8/9 Practice Test 1** (same as 2016 PSAT 8/9 Test)

Here is the complete list of 10 full length official SAT tests that are available to students who are preparing for the SAT test. Practice Test 10 is a copy of the October 2018 SAT test, and Practice Test 9 is a copy of the October 2017 SAT test. Both of these new tests are now part of the current Official SAT study guide. You can download the tests from the links listed below, or you can also choose to purchase the Official SAT Study Guide 2020 Edition which contains eight practice tests and excludes Practice Test 4 and 2. The current Official SAT Study guide was released in May 2019.

**SAT Practice Test 10** (same October 2018 SAT Test)

**SAT Practice Test 9** (same October 2017 SAT Test)

**SAT Practice Test 8** (same as January 2017 SAT Test)

**SAT Practice Test 7** (same as October 2016 SAT Test)

**SAT Practice Test 6** (same as April 2016 School day SAT Test)

**SAT Practice Test 5** (same as May 2016 SAT Test)

**SAT Practice Test 4**

**SAT Practice Test 3**

**SAT Practice Test 2**

**SAT Practice Test 1**

Here is the link to the playlist of videos that explain all of the math questions in the 2019 May SAT QAS that was administered on the 4th of May in US. The playlists are separated by sections. Section 3 of the math section does not the allow use of calculator, whereas the calculator is permitted in Section 4 of the math section.

Here is the link to the playlist of videos that explain all of the math questions in the 2019 March SAT Question and Answer Service test. The playlists are separated by sections. Section 3 of the math section does not the allow use of calculator, whereas the calculator is permitted in Section 4 of the math section. The playlist will be accessible until the next official QAS is released.

Try the following SAT math question (No Calculator, Grid in question) that tests your understanding of how to simplify complex number expressions.

When $\dfrac{9+7i}{3-i}$ is expressed in the form $a+bi$, what is the value of $a$ ? (Note $i = \sqrt{-1}$)

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